Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Allen Johnson

Published Saturday, October 20, 2012

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Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Allen Johnson

Brandi LeAnn Chambers of Dallas and Tyler Allen Johnson of Crowley were married June 15, 2012, at Piazza in the Village in Colleyville. The Rev. Eddie Pikes officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Randy and Kim Chambers of Decatur.

The groom is the son of Kelvin and Jackie Johnson of Crowley.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a Maggie Sottero gown in white diamond. The strapless A-line featured a chic, asymmetrical waist, corset closure and Swarovski crystals under the bodice. Draping panels of raw Vicenza organza and tulle softly spilled into a pattern of swirls and rippling folds.

The bride also wore a shoulder-length veil lined with Swarovski crystals and yellow, peep-toe heels that she designed with a navy inside and silver glitter on the soles. She borrowed diamond and pearl chandelier earrings, and her something old and blue were a piece of her mother’s wedding dress and a piece of blue fabric borrowed from her Nanny sewn into the skirt of her dress.

She carried a bouquet of cream and pale yellow garden roses and a single red rose in memory of her grandmother, Sandra Stone.

Matron of honor was Charity Smith. Bridesmaids were Courtney Wren, Jessi Farris, Allyson Allen, Kendel Richards, Christina Penland, Jo Aroson, Kelsey Dye and her sisters-in-law Britney Chambers, Lindsey Reil and Erin Memmer.

Bridesmaids wore navy, chiffon, strapless, cocktail dresses that featured a sweetheart neckline, soft petal pleats and tucked cummerbund. Bridal attendants also wore gray peep-toe heels and carried bouquets of yellow carnations and Gerbera daisies with small billy ball flowers wrapped with a Navy ribbon.

The sisters-in-law wore matching dresses in pewter and Navy peep-toe shoes.

All bridal attendants wore pearl necklaces gifted by the bride.

Flower girl was Chloe Riel, niece of the groom, daughter of Matt and Lindsey Reil of San Antonio. She wore an ivory dress with a navy bow, a headband with ivory, yellow and navy fabric roses and yellow high-top Converse sneakers. She also carried a sign that read, “Uncle Bone, here comes your girl.”

Ringbearers were nephews of the couple: Stone, Cash and Holden Chambers, sons of Heath and Brit Chambers of Decatur; and John Memmer, son of Levi and Erin Memmer of Crowley. They wore charcoal gray shorts, ivory Oxford shirts, gray suspenders, yellow and gray bow ties and gray high-top sneakers. They carried signs that read, “Here comes the bride.”

The groom wore a dark gray Savoy suit, cream shirt, light gray tie, gray Converse tennis shoes and a single cream rose boutonniere that matched the bouquet of his bride.

Best man was Ryan Burke. Groomsmen were Kelly Peterson, Ryan Jackson, Cody Richards, Jaime Armendariz, Shawn Greer, Andy Clark and Mike Terry.

They wore gray Savoy suits with cream dress shirts, dark gray ties, gray Converse sneakers and simple billy ball boutonnieres.

Ushers were Heath Chambers, Trey Watts, Brandon Jarrett, Lance Jones and Logan Leslie. Each wore a gray suit, cream shirt, dark gray tie and gray Converse shoes and a simple, billy ball boutonniere.

Program attendants were Ty McLaughlin, cousin of the bride, and Reece Portugals, cousin of the groom.

Following the ceremony, a reception given by the bride’s parents was held in the Grand Ballroom of the Piazza.

Following a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple reside in Prosper.

The bride graduated from Decatur High School, Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls and Baylor University’s Louise Herrington School of Nursing in Dallas. She works for Children’s Hospital in Dallas.

The groom graduated from Crowley High School and Lubbock Christian University. He is employed by Texas Farm Bureau in Denton.

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